Forum Square is the main square of the city of Pula, Croatia. The square dates back to the 1st century BC and is situated at the bottom of the central hill. It was once the main place for people to meet for administrative, legislative and religious activities with many of the main city buildings once being situated around the square. Today the square is much quieter although in the summer months many cultural activities are still held there, it is also still the home of the Temple of Augustus.
The square is situated next to the coast in the western area of the city. The main options for getting there are either on foot or if walking is not for you, then a taxi is the best option.
Opening Times and Admission
The square is a public square, it is open at all hours and is free to access.